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Northern India school tours

Educational school trips to Northern India offer a place of such diversity, mystery and the exotic. The sights and sounds are so vivid from the majestic Taj Mahal to spotting an Indian Tiger. This is a cultural and personal learning experience for the student, that will stay with them for a lifetime.

Destination highlights


A typical India school trip could include the following highlights: Delhi, Jaipur Amber Fort & City Palace, Ranthambore National Park to spot Tigers, Leopards & Striped Hyenas, Agra and the Taj Mahal. You and your students will be free to choose your own itinerary schedule and duration.

Price


Price Match Offer: As an established tour operator we can keep costs low and pass those saving on to you and your ‘students’ parents. We would aim to beat or match another tour operator’s offer. The prices of our school trips are pretty hard to beat. Contact us to find out more!

Reliability


Nomadic School Tours is committed to providing safe and reliable school tours in India. Our parent company operates tours on a large commercial basis so our infrastructure is well established and cost effective.

Example tours

POPULAR NORTHERN INDIA SCHOOL TRIP

Our sample 9 day Northern India school tour has been designed to cover the major highlights of India that fit within the demands of the curriculum, Day 1 – Delhi, Day 2-3 – Jaipur , Day 4–5 – Ranthambore National Park, Day 6 – 7 – Agra, Day 8 – Delhi, Day 9 – Depart

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“Having not used Nomadic School Tours before I must admit that I was very nervous about what to expect. Saying that, all the dealings I had had with the company and with Mark during the booking process were excellent: my questions were always answered in detail, I received everything I needed and the whole process of booking the trip was efficient and painless. Nomadic School Tours were able to accommodate our low staff to child ratio and we as a school were pleased that they were clearly ABTA bonded and sufficiently insured.”

Head of Geography – King Edward V1 School